VeggieTales: Josh and the Big Wall!

VeggieTales: Josh and the Big Wall!

The Israelites are trying to get to the promised land, but first they must pass through Jericho, which is guarded by...the French Peas. Also, some of Joshua's charges have their own ideas ...

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VeggieTales: Josh and the Big Wall! torrent reviews

Plain C (au) wrote: Made Me LoL out loud a few time, enjoyed the swearing and now i wanna watch the thick of it. I hope it's like this. was the bastardised side of politics, big ups.

Lee M (us) wrote: Writer-director Anthony Lover takes such a kid-gloves approach to his handicapped co-star that he achieves the opposite of the intended effect: Every time Scott enters a scene, it's as if someone just told the entire cast "Whatever you do, don't say 'retard.' "

Alex M (nl) wrote: Sevigny performance is pretty good. The part directed by Degeneres is the funniest but lack depth. I believe the first part managed to let us feel the difficult situation in which the main character is in.

Ben C (es) wrote: It's a battle of the comedians of the day; Monty Python, Cheech and Chong, Peter Cook, Peter Boyle, even the late Marty Feldman all in the ring. It may not be what you were thinking for this movie, but at least, for the sake of every comedian in this film, give this a shot.

erika r (fr) wrote: i am not a fan of ghosts cause they freak me out on most occasions, but here i found them oddly intriguing...i like the way mizoguchi blurs the lines between fantasy and reality, and i loved how the stories told in this film were like little folk tales with japanese style moral lessons...

Dylan P (fr) wrote: A sweeping epic, beautiful and breathtaking. Magnificent music and untouchable cinematography, rich dialogue and a satisfying storyline, high level acting from Leslie Winkle, Olivia de Havilland and Hattie McDaniel-and obviously Vivien Leigh (playing a fascinatingly complex character) and the superb Clark Gable as one of the greatest characters of all time. An essential, magnificent epic of cinema history.

Alex T (it) wrote: Harvey Keitel is phonemonal, De Niro is imperious, and the film just flows along effortlessly thanks to the brilliance of Martin Scorsese.